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Fire tornadoes (also known as fire whirls or fire devils) can rage for up to half an hour, uproot mature trees and rise hundreds of feet into the atmosphere.
With exercise playing a larger role in today's healthy lifestyles, traditional metal free weights have had to change with the times or get dropped... ouch!
The UNICEF Tap Project is a nationwide campaign that provides clean water and adequate sanitation to children around the world.
Chinese art student Wang Yue has added wildlife and still life to the scarred trees and gray streets of Shijiazhuang, one of China's most polluted cities.
Dinosaurs once ruled the Earth... ALL of it, even the once-lush continent of Antarctica. These terrible lizards once marched where today only penguins dare.
There's a heavenly assortment of meteorite products available for sale, so stop wishing on a falling star and whip out your wallets instead!
You gotta love it, and them: Just in time for Valentine's Day, here are 7 cute & loving cats who wear their hearts on their sleeves, sides, backs and more.
These 9 larger than life heaping hamburger helpings turn fast food into vast food while satisfying only those whose eyes are bigger than their stomachs.
Fans of the 1983 holiday classic "The Christmas Story" know all too well that even if you're triple dog dared, do NOT touch your tongue to a frozen pole!
The Earth boasts five natural radioactive “hot spots” occupied by thriving populations oblivious (until now) to the high levels of radiation surrounding them.
Clorox is taking a cue from reality television to promote their new Green Works product line with a new campaign: Introducing the Green Housewives.
For the past 15 years Cat Cafes the world over have been delighting fans of coffee and kittehs who enjoy taking a wee paws for stress-relieving refreshment.
These 8 oddly cute eco-friendly characters epitomize the subtle way Japan's governmental and corporate entities greenwash their environmental initiatives.
Recently discovered species of lichen, fish, spiders and even an extinct lizard have all been named for America's 44th president, Barack Obama.
North Pole or bust! Our planet's topmost swatch of real estate has been the sight of several strange and beautiful scenes, seven of which are presented here.
These 7 amazing unbalanced island ecosystems overrun by animals offer up valuable lessons for the human stewards of our rapidly shrinking Island Earth.
These 7 amazing pig farms offer alternatives that are better for the environment, for our sense of morality, and most of all for the pigs themselves.
Goodbye Hartford Whalers, hello Connecticut Whale! Naming sports teams after endangered species is a cool way to go green and raise environmental awareness.
In 2013 we'll be living in the Year of the Snake according to Chinese astrology. If that makes you nervous, imagine living full-time on an island of snakes!
Japan's Daikon (or White Radish) is renowned for its mild flavor, large size, ease of cultivation and an odd propensity for taking on weird human forms.
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